- ABOUT US
Magdalena Krondl, Ph.D.
Department of Nutritional Sciences
Institute for Human Development,
Life Course and Aging
- My research addressed genetic, sensory, cultural and social factors influencing food choice. Latest research focussed on more recent social nutrition issues, such as food sensitivity and the use of nutrition supplements.
- Taylor, J.P, Krondl, M, Csima, A. Assessing
adherence to a rotary diversified diet, a treatment for ‘environmental
illness’. J Am Diet Assoc. 98:1439-1444, 1998.
- Krondl, M, Coleman, P, Bradley C.L, Lau,
D, Ryan, N. Subjectively health elderly consuming a nutrition supplement maintained
body mass index and improved some nutritional parameters and perceived well-being.
J Am Diet Assoc. 99:1542-1548, 1999.
- Taylor, JP, Krondl, M, Csima, AC. An exploratory
study of the rotary diversified diet, a treatment of environmental illness.
Alternative Therapies in Health and Medicine. (Submitted) 2000.
- Taylor, JP, Krondl, M, Spidel, M, Csima,
AC. Dietary adequacy among women prescribed a rotary diversified diet, a treatment
for ‘environmental illness’. (in Preparation) 2000.
Faculty of Medicine
University of Toronto
FitzGerald Building, Room 341
150 College Street